Are you poor, homeless and have no job? Come and clean Fukushima


Kentaro TakahashiNEW YORK TIMES. “Out of work? Nowhere to live? Nowhere to go? Nothing to eat?” the online ad reads. “Come to Fukushima.”

Text and photo: New York Times

That grim posting targeting the destitute, by a company seeking laborers for the ravaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, is one of the starkest indications yet of an increasingly troubled search for workers willing to carry out the hazardous decommissioning at the site.

The plant’s operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Company, known as Tepco, has been shifting its attention away, leaving the complex cleanup to an often badly managed, poorly trained, demoralized and sometimes unskilled work force that has made some dangerous missteps.

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Thomas Arvidsson
Thomas Arvidsson
17 mars 2014 kl 18:37

Ja, detta kommer vi att få se mer av. Det är ett utnyttjande av fattiga människor som utsätts för livsfarliga arbetsuppgifter för låga löner. Det är ett mycket cyniskt utnyttjande av utsatta människor.

17 mars 2014 kl 18:26

Så börjar den moderna slaveri epoken.Liknande fall kommer vi se mer och mer i framtiden.